Jazzie B plays Woodbridge

Jazzie B plays Woodbridge

Woodbridge’s sustainable music and art festival comes Back to Life in Elmhurst Park on Saturday 4th September. Headling the event with his DJ set is one of the leading pioneers of British black music, Grammy winning Jazzie B. Classic Soul II Soul tracks, Keep On...
How do you rebalance?

How do you rebalance?

A greater awareness of what you need to do to rebalance is a vital component to the ability to strengthening your resilience. Understanding what you need to do and say to rebalance after a challenging event and a period of high stress maybe at work is crucial to be a...
Be part of Felixstowe’s first Triathlon

Be part of Felixstowe’s first Triathlon

Individuals and teams of all abilities can now sign up to take part in Felixstowe’s first ever Triathlon – hurry though! Spaces are limited. Organised by East Suffolk Council in partnership with Felixstowe Town Council, the Felixstowe Triathlon will kick off on the...
Tide Mill benefits from East of England Co-op Grant

Tide Mill benefits from East of England Co-op Grant

Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum has been awarded £1,041.50 by the East of England Co-op Community Cares Fund. The grant will enable the mill to improve accessibility for visitors with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to experience the Tide Mill. Before...
Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival returns bigger and better

Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival returns bigger and better

Organisers of the ever-popular Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival say visitors can expect a stellar line-up of chefs, producers, and family friendly activities, as they begin the countdown to one of the region’s biggest events. Staged last year only in a limited...
The Craft House opens soon

The Craft House opens soon

Always good news when an entrepreneur comes to town, this week we catch up with Joanna Hammond who is opening up on The Thoroughfare soon. With your plans to open The Craft House here in Woodbridge, tell us a bit more about what to expect? ​The Craft House is going to...
Whet your WAMfest appetite with a flamenco workshop

Whet your WAMfest appetite with a flamenco workshop

With WAMfest–Felixstowe taking place on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th September, this women in arts and music festival brings together a fantastic range of female artists, musicians, authors and more. To whet the appetite as a precursor to the September festival, Gloria...
Elmfest comes to town

Elmfest comes to town

This Saturday (14th August) it’s all happening in Elmhurst Park as Elmfest gets underway – bringing music, dancing and good times to our lovely town centre park. Woodbridge Town Council has organised the event to offer some cheer to the town as we emerge from...
Hollywood director becomes patron to The Riverside

Hollywood director becomes patron to The Riverside

Suffolk-based Hollywood director, Paul Greengrass, has been confirmed as new patron for The Riverside. Renowned for his Jason Bourne films amongst others, Neil McGlone of The Riverside explains more: “Paul and his family have been regular visitors to The Riverside for...
“This is the best day of my summer holiday”

“This is the best day of my summer holiday”

If you’re looking to sign your youngsters up for some fab outdoor adventures during the summer holidays, look no further than East Coast Adventures. With adventure days scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays until the end of August, all the fun takes place at Easton Farm...
In town this weekend?  Check out the Deben Festival

In town this weekend? Check out the Deben Festival

With the first Deben Festival launching on Saturday, here’s a roundup of some of what’s happening in and around town this weekend. On Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th, Ruth Leach Photography is offering complimentary ‘headshot’ drop-in sessions at The Sprat Shed in...
Former council offices back on the market

Former council offices back on the market

East Suffolk Council has restarted the process of marketing its previous office site to provide much-needed housing The former council offices on Melton Hill in Woodbridge have been empty for five years and following the end of a contract with the site’s original...

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